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Britain's May to form new government with Northern Irish party

Britain's May to form new government with Northern Irish party

May is seeking permission from Queen Elizabeth II to form a government despite losing the majority. Jeremy Corbyn was pictured joining a children's football training session in Islington as one of his MPs said Labour missed an "open goal" to beat Theresa May and the Tories in the General Election .



Veggies, pulses drag inflation to record low of 2.18 percent in May

According to the CSO data, manufacturing sector, which constitutes 77.63 per cent to the IIP, grew at 2.6 per cent in April compared to 5.5 per cent in same month past year. Joshi, chief economist of Crisil. A good June-September monsoon , which delivers about 70 per cent of India's annual rainfall, will help drive higher food and grain production, keeping food inflation in check.



Latest Stocks: Johnson Matthey PLC's (JMAT) Hold Rating Reiterated at Liberum Capital

Denali Advisors Ltd Llc owns 37,000 shares. The share price of the company (LON:LID) was down -2.90% during the last trading session, with a high of 9.00 during the day and the volume of LiDCO Group shares traded was 564717. holds 10.94% of its portfolio in BorgWarner Inc. for 1.50 million shares. Vantage Investment Advisors Llc owns 6,194 shares or 0.15% of their U.S. portfolio.


World Day Against Child Labour focus on children in conflicts and disasters

World Day Against Child Labour focus on children in conflicts and disasters

Child refugees and migrants, particularly those on the move who are separated from their families, are especially vulnerable and can easily fall prey to trafficking and child labour. Every year this event is celebrated with a unique theme; World Day Against Child Labour 2017 Theme is "In conflicts and disasters, protect children from child labour".



Gulf Crisis Explanation: Qatar ties with Iran and Islamist Groups

This comes after Qatar appeared Sunday to be ready to listen to the concerns of Gulf Arab states that cut ties. Mr Noushabadi said deliveries would continue "as long as there is demand". Arab powers, including Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates , took the unprecedented decision to cut off their air, sea and land links to Qatar on June 5, accusing Doha of sponsoring terrorism in the Middle East.